Offers benefits to commuting to work. You can get up to $115 a month for travel by metro. If you drive I believe they pay part of parking
I work for a new non-profit and my current benefits are not as good as what i had
Benefits were great! All US Federal Holidays off, generous sick and vacation leave, and immediate $)1K contributions and matching/
Work-life balance is okay, but commuter benefits and 401k needs work.
Best - Working from home Worst - Bonus pay is not great
Punitive "wellness" program penalizes staff for being overweight. Who isn't these days? Health plan is standard, you lose your accrued leave when you're let go.
Excellent benefits package. Generous vacation and sick policy. Solid medical plan that is very affordable. Professional development encouraged and budgeted as well.
We have very good health insurance.
does nothing to offset high cost of living for the area, and the low pay
Amount of Paid Time Off, Vacation, and Sick Days available to staff with little tenure is impressive. Pay is OK - but in no way tied to performance. Thought the benefits were OK till I saw the options below. Now not so sure...
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